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indiana, about to approach western ohio. the next front will kick this storm out, but it will take a couple of days before it is gone. behind that, nice fall air coming in. but it will take a few more days. clouds, muggy, scattered showers. less activity thursday, and less expected friday. the trend is good once we get past tomorrows scattered showers and storms. a light sleep -- a light southeast breeze. watch for a passing thunderstorms in the afternoon. western maryland -- a thunderstorm or shower tomorrow and lingering showers into thursday. temperatures cool off toward the end of the week. cool air for the weekend. near a the on the eastern shore with scattered thunderstorms. we have to factor in the possibility of a shower. ophelia came back to life and philippe is in the atlantic. they are weak. ophelia is expected to become the major one. it might turn into a category one hurricane, passing east of bermuda and tracking to the north atlantic. all of that staying well east of the united states. we will watch the low pressure from the midwest to generate showers tomorrow. a 30
the beef from tennessee, indiana and some in maryland, delaware and 11 other states. the first sings of a problem happened in ohio when a family got sick. >>> little tikes has recalled 1.7 million toy tool sets and trucks, there is a potential for children to choke on the toy nails. they say plastic toy nail was recalled in august of 2009. they have alarming round head and are red and blue. parents are urged to take them away and call the company about replacements. >>> after weeks of waiting today extreme make over made their knock on a unsuspecting family. it happened around noon . the hit show picked the family after learning about the story of their 80-year-old home which is in disarray but th year-old son who lost his left hand helping his grandfather with projects to fix up the house. now despite that he-continues to help around the house and mentors at school refusing to let his disability change his life. as for the home it doesn't have a foundation, the ceilings just six feet high and the walls sagging. the plumbing is to bad nobody can enjoy something as simple as a shower.
today. it moved closer to the illinois-indiana border. we still have the front with it and it's stationary, and it's going to take a little longer before it gets out of here, that means another round is possible on wednesday. i bet we won't see much in the way of sunshine tomorrow again, and because it'll be warm up to about 80 degrees and humid, any showers and storms could have heavy downpours with it. thursday, only a spotty shower, maybe sunshine and a little bit more sunshine on friday, maybe a spotty shower but probably not. look at this. we've got a stronger cold front coming on friday, dropping our saturday temperature to 62 degrees, and we'll be really close to that on sunday as well, so that feel of fall that you've all been waiting for, waiting to wear that new sweater and new boots, it's coming for the weekend. 74 degrees in dc, 70 for fredricksburg and douglas, hagerstown, popular number tonight. it's comfortable in the mid-50s, chicago stuck under the area of low pressure at 55 degrees and it'll be a couple of days before we see the colder air coming to the north
. an indiana neighborhood shaken by this incredible crime that we've been talking to you about the last several days. a huge mystery there. a murder mystery. five people are dead shot execution style. what cops don't know what the killings has everybody living on high alert in the neighborhood. a closer look at why you may want to hold off on buying gold right now. we'll have that coming up. americans are always ready to work hard for a better future. since ameriprise financial was founded back in 1894, they've been committed to putting clients first. helping generations through tough times. good times. never taking a bailout. there when you need them. helping millions of americans over the centuries. the strength of a global financial leader. the heart of a one-to-one relationship. together for your future. ♪ your nutritional needs can go up when you're on the road to recovery. proper nutrition can help you get back on your feet. three out of four doctors recommend the ensure brand for extra nutrition. ensure clinical strength has revigor and thirteen grams of protein to protect, preserve, a
angeles. >>> investigators say whoever killed five people in rural indiana is still on the loose. four members of one family and their neighbor were found dead sunday. police say they all suffered gunshot wounds to the head. a 4-year-old little girl found wandering around the crime scene is thought to be the only survivor. but police refuse to say how she is related to the victims. >>> and talks aimed at reaching a new nba labor deal resume this morning here in new york. players and owners met for about two hours yesterday. if the talks to end the current lockout don't continue later this week, the league will be forced to cancel more preseason games. >>> in baseball, the atlanta braves and st. louis cardinals are tied for the national league's wild card playoff spot. each team has one game left, tonight. >>> as for highlights from the american league race, here's will selva at espn news. >> good morning. the rays and the red sox both tied atop the a.l. wild card race. the rays, continuing their surge. hosting the yankees. bottom of two. scoreless game. ben zobrist goes down and gets t
, indiana, and those are jobs. so when they prosper, we get a job creation all across america. so thank you, because this is really what we're out here trying to do. because as you grow and prosper, so does america grow and prosper. this brings me to what the president talked about this week. you know, president obama traveled all around the country and visits companies like this. i know he will love to see something like this. >> he is welcome any time. [laughter] >> he understands small business, and it is really in his heart. one of the things you see in the america's jobs act as a focus on small business. for example, the first thing that you see is there's going to be payroll tax relief for small businesses. payroll taxes cut in half. we were talking about, what are you going to do with that money? this is a company that has more growth opportunities, more demand, more pathways in front of it than it has the ability to pursue in the resources to pursue. right away, they said that money can go to more marketing, advertising, more suppliers, more inventory, and we know that that will cre
. the gunmen responsible for the deaths of five people in indiana remains at large this morning. all but one of the victims were found shot in the head. the other was shot in the chest and beaten. one person survived. a 4-year-old girl. they have no suspects or person of interest. >> testimony in the dr. conrad murray trial today with an executive concert purport -- promoter on the stand. following his testimony, michael jackson's bodyguard and personal assistant will take the stand. dr. conrad murray is charged with involuntary manslaughter. they painted him as inept and incompetent. the defense claims that jackson self administered the drug did kill him -- that killed him. >> in news from overseas, the verdict in the appeals case for amanda knox could come on sunday. during closing statements, the lawyer for her former boyfriend said she is not a man later. rather, the young woman in love and raleigh convicted. prosecutors say she was a diabolical she doubled. she was convicted of sexually assaulting and murdering her british remain in 2008. 5:12, 71 degrees on tv hill. i'm supposed to ask
's not as rich as it was, with moisture earlier in the week. still showers over indiana. most of that is going to pass to the north. but the actual front gets in here. we'll have a risk of a shower or thundershower. and maybe even on friday, before things begin to finally get cooler and dryer. friday night, new air mass moves in saturday. a lot cooler. maybe only in the upper 50s. but it's going to be breezy, as that low is going to be up to the north. watch out for that. it's going to be a pretty cool one this weekend. southeast winds, 5 to 10 knots on the bay tomorrow. and the bay temps in the upper 60s. tonight, a shower or even a thundershower is possible. 64 by morning. so a little cooler than the last couple of nights. tomorrow, 77. a little cooler than today. under partly sunny skies. and a chance for a shower or perhaps thundershower, again tomorrow. sometime during the day. or even the early afternoon hours. >> yikes. >>> okay. thank you, bob. stir still to come on eyewitness news tonight. >>> >>> another deadly fire rips through baltimore city. i'm weijia jiang, with the heartbreakin
are trying to figure without shot and killed five people in southeastern indiana. five bodies were found on two properties after a passerby found a four-year-old walking alone on a road on sunday. four of the five victims were in the same family. so far no suspects. >>> listeria-laced cantaloupes from a farm in colorado have sparked the nation's deadliest food borne outbreak in a decade. 16 people have died. 72 others have been infected. so far, 18 states have reported illnesses. the centers for disease control has traced the tainted cantaloupes to jensen farms. >>> a republican presidential candidates are hoping to capitalize on immigration and the hispanic vote in 2012. i'll talk to bill richardson about that. but let's look at wall street right now. we look at the boards. the dow is up 46 and s&p up just a shade and the nasdaq is down. [ male announcer ] chicken broccoli alfredo. mushroom smothered beef burgers. hearty chicken and noodle casserole. so easy, you just need campbell's cream of mushroom soup to make them and a hungry family to love them. campbell's. it's amazing what soup
dead in indiana were shot to death and killers are at largement police say four of the people dead are from one family, a man, woman and two adult children, 5th person is a 43-year-old man. >>> san francisco giants fan beating outside of dodgers stadium shows signs of improvement. relatives say he went outside for the first time in six months he has also been making jokes recognizing family members and recalling memories from childhood he suffered brain jury in the attack in march. >>> we continue to follow the breaking news in northwest baltimore, a house fire. monique griego joins us on the phone. >> reporter: good morning, firefighter were called after 4:30 this morning, they learned that two people were trapped inside, we know that both of the people have died. firefighters say they were a man and a woman, neighbors tell us they were the owners of the home. we learned there were no smoke alarms and there are bars on the windows and firefighters belief it trapped the people inside. that's why they were not able to go out. the man called in the 911 call to the fire department. th
get sick of the damn thing. the school voucher legislation was signed into law in the state of indiana. explain the downside of these voucher programs. >> look, parents have a right to send their kids to the schools it that they want to send their kids to, and i don't begrudge any parent that wants to send a child to a religious school to have that right to do so. >> the downside of the voucher program is? >> the downside is in a period of time when you have -- when poverty is up, when school cuts are up, we can't take one more cent out of the public school system and divert it somewhere else. >> here's what america -- here's what i think i'm doing reading on this. first of all, the federal funds aren't coming in. the state budgets are being cut, so where do locals go to? they go to property taxes. you have economically challenged areas in the inner city. they can't go to poor people for property faxes. this is the big screw job in america. there was a time in this country in public education when the door was open and everybody was welcome. now they want to make it so the wealthy come
and indiana required you to show a photo i.d. to cast a ballot. republicans in five more states including wisconsin passed laws saying you can't vote unless you show i.d. you did not used to have to show and frankly not all people have. across the nation elected republicans are been hard at work making it harder to vote wherever they can, however they can. republicans in maine, for example, this year passed a law ending same day registration in the state. mainers can no longer register and vote on the same day as they have been able to since the early '70s. today, a maine group that's working to get same-day registration back pointed out that governor la page, himself and nine other elected maine republicans themselves registered to vote immediately before elections. the thing they just made illegal. saying it somehow made maine's elections unsafe. it's not fit for others and has to be outlawed but it's okay for them? in south carolina, nikki haley signed a law making it harder to vote in south carolina. 200,000 people in her state, 200,000 south carolinians do not have the photo i.d. tha
. >>> an update on a murder mystery in indiana. four family members and a neighbor were shot and killed at a home in the southeastern part of the state. investigators now say no suspects have been identified and it appears the killer was not among the dead. police rushed to the scene sunday after a 4-year-old girl was found wandering nearby. she appears to be the only person who escaped the crime scene. >>> new jersey's governor is making jokes as he addresses speculation about a run for the white house. here is what chris christie told an inqisive audience member at an event last night at the ronald reagan library. >> i have to tell you the truth. you folks are an incredible disappointment as an audience. the fact that that took the second question shows you people are off your game. >> crustee did not give a definitive yes or no about running but went on to tell the crowd they should look at the political web site which has strung together clips of him saying he is not running for president. christie says those are the answers. you think he is tired of getting that question. >> i guess so. i gu
that the president won re-election, i think a lower approval rating than indiana. here's what he said about the state of fund raising for the president. >> raising money is hard. right now. for -- in this economy and we -- and obviously, because the president's been spending the great time this summer dealing with the debt crisis, we had to cancel a bunch of events. we'll hit the quarterly targets but, you know, it is hard. >> the fund raising number, though, meshes with another word you hear about inside the base. enthusiasm or lack thereof. >> right. that's a problem and out there on the road right now at top volume really repackaging what he proposed earlier that failed on capitol hill and repackaging it as a jobs bill with a good chan chant that rhymes with "yes we can." and new hampshire is a great test for that because it's a more conservative-leaning state. >> with a populous ring to it looking for a little more sympathetic coming to the government. beth, it does seem -- what's the next tact here for president obama? clear republicans decided to throw up a wall and not deal with this thing at
she worked as a volunteer in the home. and stella curts of frankfort, indiana, not kentucky. 106 years old and she loves to work on jigsaw puzzles, another thing to keep the mind sharp and still likes to read. she's got a great sense of humor, she'd have to, to watch our show. anyway, joe rudolph, he's from lauderhill, florida, 100 years old today and he loves to sing and he likes to write songs. how about that, you can't beat that combination. well that's all for right now. i'm going to go clean my glasses and see you in a minute. >> will, thank you so much. >>> coming up next, jenna bush hager on pitching in and giving the school badly damaged by a tornado a fresh lieu look but first this is "todt >>>ñr education nation "today" proudly brought to you by university of phoenix because we believe an educated world is a better world. >> we're back now at 8:40, this morning on education nation today, a makeover with a real message, and it was badly needed after a tornado at the end of the last school year tore apart a are the chaer school in northern minneapolis. "today" contributing cor
are starting to listen to his message instead of the media. also this out of indiana. a killer or killers still on the loose there as investigators identify five victims found dead effort to weekend. police say the killer was not among the dead. they still have no suspects in that case. toy maker little tykes are recalling tool sets because they could pose a choking hazard for younger children. >> obama-care must be repealed. this $1 trillion bomb is creating such uncertainty in the marketplace that businesses aren't willing to hire or willing to deploy capital in the marketplace. >> there are a menu of options we could have, that is how we go forward with our healthcare. each state deciding how they are going to deliver that healthcare. not one side fits all. >> a lot of people are objecting to obama-care because we need to get bureaucrats out of the business of trying to micromanage income this nation. bill: some of the republic kansas can candidate --republicg about how they will manage healthcare in 2012. doctors think patients get too much care. is that true? and if so, why? dr. ernest pad
, most bizarre, nasty story of the week. comes from a museum owner, smithfield, indiana, in a railroad museum. they're in need of serious cash, want to renovate. the old train cars, used for the museum, but also for -- for the halloween setup and for the whole thing here. so this guy has a really ridiculous idea. he has a bad leg. he severed that thumb a few months ago and kept the mum, mummified, and put it on a key chain. now he is going to sell his severed thumb to raise money to pay for new metal roof for that museum. >> how much does he think he is going to get for that severed thumb? >> takes all kinds to run the world. >> which leads us to our next story about better ideas through failure. apparently some companies are rewarding employees for failing if they come up with innovative ideas because innovation is the key to interesting new developments in business. and how a company deals with failure has a lot to say, about how the -- company does. >> if you fail you can be rewarded. at lowest you are thinking -- at least you're thinking outside the box and can lead to something do
headlines. kill or killers still on the loose in indiana, police confirm they have no suspects in the gruesome murders of five people outside of indianapolis on sunday and for the first time, officers say it appears the killer is not among the dead. four of the victims are members of the same family, cops rushed to the murder scene after finding a 4-year-old girl wandering down the road. she was the only one to escape the crime scene. gretch? >> wow. he's one of the f.b.i.'s most wanted criminals so how does this ruthless mexican drug lord become the proud papa of two american kids? it's a story that's raising a lot of eyebrows this morning. his wife crossed freely into the united states and gave birth to twins at a hospital near los angeles. the reason -- she's an american citizen. so now she's headed back to mexico with two sons with american birth certificates. eric? >> a college student in new york facing criminal charges after taking the s.a.t.'s for high school students. he allegedly charged $2500 per student to take the exam. at least six of those high school students
featured in c-span's new weekly series, "the contenders." live from the debs' home in tear rah hot, indiana. get a preview and watch other videos about him at our special web site for the series, c-span.org/the contenders. >> you're watching c-span2 with politics and public affairs weekdays featuring live coverage of the u.s. senate. on weeknights watch key public policy events and every weekend the latest nonfiction authors and books on booktv. you can see past programs and get our schedules at our web site, and you can join in the conversation on social media sites. >> yesterday the chief economist for the american bankers association said that the u.s. economy is this many a period of slow and painful growth citing unemployment and the housing market as problem areas. at a conference in washington, james chessen also criticized congress for waiting until after the next election to make tough fiscal decisions and expressed skepticism that the so-called congressional supercommittee would be able to address the deficit. this runs just under an hour. [applause] >> thank you very much, paul.
, indiana, not kentucky. 106 years old and she loves to work on jigsaw puzzles, another thing to keep the mind sharp and still likes to read. she's got a great sense of humor, she'd have to, to watch our show. anyway, joe rudolph, he's from lauderhill, florida, 100 years old today and he loves to sing and he likes to write songs. how about that, you can't beat that combination. well that's all for right now. i'm going to go clean my glasses and see you in a minute. >> will, thank you so much. >>> coming up next, jenna bush hager on pitching in and giving the school badly damaged by a tornada fresh lieu look but whoa. you gotta be kidding! you guys are exactly who i had in mind when i created my new jumbo breakfast platter. it's a ton of food: 8 of my new mini pancakes, hash brown sticks, scrambled eggs, plus bacon or sausage, all for only $2.99. it's just the kind of breakfast hardworking guys like you need. ...yeah. they're here! ladies, you have the right to remain sexy... >>>ñr education nation "today" proudly brought to you by university of phoenix because we believe an educated
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